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My daughter has 01 millennia and it is making a loud noise and feels like the tires are braking at 20-30 mph but gets better with acceleration. Any ideas?

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Sounds like a problem with the wheel bearing. I would have it checked out any qualified mechanic should be able to tell pretty quickly/easily.
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